“The drafted plan has not one, but three temples. It also has a hall that can host weddings, religious classes and Hindu performances as well as a community centre that could be used for other religions, too.

Mr Nadimpalli stressed the size was necessary as Hinduism was flourishing in Canberra and because neighbours to current temples complain when hundreds of parked cars congest nearby streets.

Official figures show that Hinduism was the second fastest growing religion after Islam in the ACT from 2006-2011, when it grew by almost 3000.”

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